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night at a business nechevent iw york city. he told the business community he wants to enlist their help in fighting a potential cyber war against u.s. infrastructure assets. the defense secretary laid out a pretty stark set of worst case scenarios of what could happen if there's a cyber war. >> they could, for example, derail passenger trains or even more dangerous, derail trains loaded with lethal chemicals. they could contaminate the water supply in major cities or shut down the power grid across large parts of the country. >> now, as scary as though scenarios are, what he said was he needs the business community to be involved, and he pushed for legislation and new funding for a core of cyber warriors inside the pentagon here in northern virginia. what he's saying is he wants the business community to be involved here and he wants this legislation, which is going to allow partnership between the pentagon and businesses, but not all businesses are necessarily buying into this idea. we talked to the folks at the u.s. chamber of commerce. here's what they had to say. they're weary of ad
of two cities. large concerns about macroeconomic growth. i tell you, 6% is a lot better than zero. point one. if you look inside these economies, the key concern about china right now is overinvestment potentially in fixed assets, primarily real estate and infrastructure. if you take that and put that aside at the moment, if you look at what's going on in the chinese economy, it's just roaring in terms of its growth. we made an investment recently with a large group. in fact, it's one of the largest investments ever made in alibaba. it's growing quickly with the trend of the penetration of the internet in china. chinese just recently announced they're going to hook up broadband communications to 250 million households in china. that's almost as many people as we have in the united states. >> can yahoo! compete with that? >> they do very different things. alibab, one of the great things about the business is it's a commerce company. it's more like an amazon or ebay than a yahoo! in that it does enormous amounts of commerce online. that's extremely important in the chinese economy where th
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